Capitalizing on Americans’ pandemic-era desire for walkable, amenity-rich neighborhoods, publicly-traded Howard Hughes Corp. recently launched the development of about 2 million sq. ft. of multifamily, office and retail space at four of its master-planned communities. Those communities include the 22,500-acre Summerlin in the Las Vegas area, 11,400-acre Bridgeland in the Houston area, 14,000-acre Downtown Columbia in the Baltimore-Washington, D.C. area and 60-acre Ward Village in Honolulu.
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